Last Updated on September 16, 2023, 9:25 am
Music fraternity mourns Paul Woseen, a bass player in the band ‘The Screaming Jets’.
Who was Paul Woseen?
He was one of the founders of the band ‘The Screaming Jets’ along with vocalist Dave Gleeson, guitarist Grant Walmsley, guitarist Richard Lara, and drummer Brad Heaney, with him as the bass player. They founded the band in 1989 in Newcastle, Australia.
Paul Woseen and the lead vocalist Dave Gleeson were the only original members remaining in the band. They released their debut album ‘All For One’ 1991 and gained global recognition with the singles ‘Better’ and ‘Helping Hand.’ The single ‘Better’ ranked fourth on singles charts in 1991.
The Screaming Jets was set to release their ninth studio album, ‘ Professional Misconduct’ on October 6.Before that, the band released singles ‘Nothing To Lose’ and ‘Second Chance,’ also co-written by Paul Woseen.
Their music resonated with the audience and won the hearts of millions. They were celebrated in the world of rock music. Paul Woseen also showcased his talent in his solo album ‘Bombido’ 2013. He was a versatile artist who made his mark in the music industry. His fans and followers will forever cherish his creative work.
What happened to Paul Woseen?
Paul Woseen died at the age of 56. The details of his death have not been made public. It is requested by the band to respect the family’s privacy and allow them the time to heal from their eternal loss.
Obituary and funeral
The tragic news of Paul Woseen’s passing was shared with the world in a post on the official page of The Screaming Jets on social media. The post said,
“It is with broken hearts that we tell you our beloved brother in rock, Paul Woseen, has passed away today. We are shattered, dealing with the loss of Paully. He was a brilliant shining light in all of our lives.
Our hearts are with Paully’s family, and we ask that you respect our need for privacy at this time.”
The music fraternity came forward with condolences and respect for the late musician’s friends and family. The fans of Paul Woseen showered his loved one with prayers and overwhelming support.
The music band, ‘The Black Sorrows,’ offered condolences on social media and wrote,
“Our sincere condolences to you and Paul’s family and friends.”
The music band Massive used their social media handle to pay their respect and wrote,
“heartbroken and lost for words! thoughts go out to you and all of Paul’s friends and family. World is a lesser place today.”
Micheal Dooley wrote on social media,
“I am deeply stunned and shocked by this news. I worked with Paul on a job site, I got him the job. Such a good guy, he was a bit shy, but when he spoke of music he lit up like a Xmas tree. What a bass player, singer and songwriter!”
Glenn Barlow wrote,
“A sad day indeed for the music industry and his family and friends. He will be sadly missed by all. Rest peacefully Paul.”
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